Saturday, July 20, 2019

Sport activities encourage peaceful coexistence – a South Sudan’s minister.

For many South Sudanese, the country’s revitalized peace agreement is coming rather too slow. Majorities are seemingly waiting on peace to...

Are women and girls in refugee settlements easy prey to criminals?

UN High Commissioner for Refugees report indicates over 800 crimes were reported in refugee settlements in West Nile, between January and...

Plans to relocate natives of Apaa reach a deadlock

The government of Uganda is in a deadlock with the natives of Apaa – a contested area in the North of...

Shrinking communal resources cause conflicts between refugees and their hosts.

Even though South Sudanese refugees and their Ugandan hosts are largely living in harmony, conflicts between the two populations do occur...

Can new sanctions on South Sudan improve security?

UN Security Council slapped renewed sanctions on South Sudan. UNSC imposed embargo of arms as well as any support related to...

Who does and does not access justice?

The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) and Legal Aid Providers Network (LASPNET) issued report on difficulties refugees, living in Uganda, face...

Refugees in Uganda can hardly access justice.

Many South Sudanese, who poured into Northern districts of Uganda where they sought safety, after fleeing violent conflict, get entangled in...

South Sudanese women equipped with entrepreneurship skills

The food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) partnered with Gulu University in equipping young South Sudanese refugees with...

Refugees in Arua District get training in handling money

European Investment Bank together with a Catholic founded bank - Centenary, want both South Sudanese refugees and their Ugandan hosts to...

Thin line between Uganda’s open-door policy to refugees and resources

As hate and disinformation about migrants spread across USA and Europe, throwing local populations into panic, Uganda is receiving them with...

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